Columbia - mild and aromatic
The so-called coffee triangle of Colombia in Latin America is home to hundreds of coffee plantations. This coffee cultural landscape is a UNESCO world heritage site. Close-by is the now dormant "Nevado del Ruiz“ volcano– the lava which was once “spit out” by the volcano, today provides an ideal soil for the coffee plants.
The success story of coffee growing in the South American country dates back to the beginning of the 19th century. Today, the country is the world’s largest producer of Arabica beans.
The Colombian coffee has a slightly nutty aroma. The coffee cherries are generally harvested by hand and machine-washed, the green beans are sundried in the open or under glass.
Dieckmann in Bremen sources the best green coffee beans from the Los Nevados, Armenia and Medellin regions and prepares them for enjoyment.
Character – green Colombia coffee:
The hand-harvested coffee beans have a mild, slightly nutty aroma.
Green coffee beans from Colombia can easily be stored for up to two years. Therefore, please use the price advantages offered by larger ordering volumes.